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Can you Handle this #7826800 05/02/20 01:54 PM
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I grilled some corn last night and they came with handles. You can leave the stalk on them if it is big enough and wrap in foil for a handle. I put on olive oil, salt, pepper and fajita seasoning then grilled for about 10-12 minutes. I took off the grill and squeezed fresh lime on them and wrap in foil and let rest for about 10 minutes before eating. Works great. Thank me later.

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How did the handles work....were they stiff enough to actually use as a handle?


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Originally Posted by SnakeWrangler
How did the handles work....were they stiff enough to actually use as a handle?



I was worried about the same thing but they were fine and very stiff. First time doing it but not the last for me. You need to pick out the corn with plenty of stalk left on them. Those are usually the ones I do not get, but not anymore.

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Will have to try this next time. I’m sure the kids will be thankful.

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How did the handles work....were they stiff enough to actually use as a handle?



I was worried about the same thing but they were fine and very stiff. First time doing it but not the last for me. You need to pick out the corn with plenty of stalk left on them. Those are usually the ones I do not get, but not anymore.


Thanks...definitely gonna give tis a try... food


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Look s good I prefer to just throw them on the coals husk on up


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